This week I had the pleasure of participating in a hand-made ornament party hosted by my friend, Jenn over at Clean & Scentsible! She is one of the sweetest gals and I LOVE her blog! She is an organization genius, plus has all kinds of fun makeovers, crafts, recipes, and printables!
Here is what a group of bloggers who also participated, came up with for ornaments!
Mini embroidery Hoop Ornaments from Jo-Anna at A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Mason Jar Lid Ornaments from Tara at Suburble
Feather Snowflakes from Alice at Thoughts from Alice
Chalkboard Printable Ornament from Crystal at A Pumpkin and a Princess
Yarn Ball Ornaments from Rachel at Shades of Blue Interiors
Icy Twig Sprays from Shauna at Satori Design for Living
Glitter Snowflakes from Jennifer at Town and Country Living
Driftwood Sailboat Ornaments from Danielle at Finding Silver Pennies
Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflakes from Jenn at Clean and Scentsible
Gold Wreath Ornament from Sarah at Bombshell Bling
Frosted Cranberry Ornament from Kristin at The Yellow Bliss Road
Mini Mason Jar Ornaments from Kimberly at A Night Owl
Glitter Dipped Pinecones, Feathers, and Cotton from Kellie at Nest of Posies
Gift Box Ornaments from Autumn at It’s Always Autumn
Before we get to the giveaway, I just wanted to say a HUGE thank-you to all of the bloggers that were able to join me for the party this week. These girls are all very special to me and have provided me with so much inspiration and support on my crazy blogging journey. Christmas is a time to show all of your family and friends how much you love them, and I want to send out a huge squeeze to all of these amazing and talented girls. Please check out their beautiful and creative blogs – I know you will love them all just as much as I do!
To show you all how much we love and appreciate YOU, we have a fun little giveaway to share! We could all use a little extra spending power at this time of year, so I figured that a $200 Target gift card or $200 in Paypal cash would come in handy to one special reader!
Clean and Scentsible / Yellow Bliss Road / A Pumpkin and a Princess
It’s Always Autumn / A Night Owl / A Pretty Life
Nest of Posies / Town and Country Living / Satori Design for Living
Finding Silver Pennies / Shades of Blue Interiors / Thoughts from Alice
Sweet C’s Designs / Bombshell Bling / Suburble
Love decorating the free and our newer tradition of “12 Books of Christmas”. My son chooses a book to unwrap each night for 12 nights (reuse the books every year).
Debbie Nelson says
My favorite tradition is Christmas dinner. When everyone gets together aND then has dessert while opening presents.
Saving the tree stump trimming and writing all of our names on it every year, which has gone from a family of 3 to 6 in the last 2 years!
Making fires, enjoying the Christmas tree lights and the coziness of the season.
Paula Dusenberry says
Christmas Eve is our favorite family tradition – pj’s, Christmas movie, dinner, opening a gift, & enjoying family time!
I love snuggling up with family to watch Christmas movies.
I make a plum pudding with silver coins in it. When the family eats the pudding and finds the coins, I swap them for currency that they can spend so I can re-use the coins the following year.
Sonja McLane says
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Sonja McLane says
My favorite family tradition is having my parents and kids all over on Christmas morning and me making a very large breakfast!!!!!!! Lol. firstname.lastname@example.org
Driving around the neighborhood with the kids-looking at all the lovely Christmas lights and holiday decorations. Take a thermos of hot chocolate and some cookies and have some holiday fun!
Love the new PJ’s every Christmas Eve! something to look forward to without ripping open too many of the presents!
My favorite Christmas tradition is hanging the stockings. Don’t have a mantel anymore but there is one place on the living room wall where they are hung.
Just spending time with family, playing board games, etc.
Dawn Jones says
We roast chestnuts in our fireplace and listen to old radio shows.
Natalie F says
Decorating the tree, making cookies, and doing operation Christmas child with my kids. And going to see Santa.
Our families favorite Christmas tradition is baking and decorating Christmas cookies! We stay up late, destroy the kitchen and have too much sugar! We’re always left with the best memories, I’m already looking forward to it this year 🙂
Decorating the tree..is the best bit of the holidays… It’s my job today…can’t wait!
Best wishes…and thanks for the chance to win.
I like our family’s white elephant gift exchange!
Thearica Burroughs says
My favorite Christmas tradition was always going to Granddaddy’s for Christmas Day. Then all of us grandkids got married and had our own kids and we moved the day to 2 weeks before Christmas. Now I enjoy Christmas Eve breakfast with my grandchildren and this year we bought all 3 the mini pancake pan for one of their gifts. So guess who is going to cook pancakes toether this year. 🙂